This establishment is outside of town with signs that are not very visible. The parking lot is sloped and not paved. It is difficult to enter with a wheelchair or a stroller. The theory of this place is based on dining rooms of varying sizes with seating for about 100 people. Everything is well-furnished and pleasant, cloth tablecloths and nice tableware. Service is offered by staff who is not in uniform, but agreeable and well-prepared. There are tens of pizzas offered on the menu, very original, with a call out to local products. The dough is standard. There is no beer offered, but a short wine list is available with a preponderance of red local wines, with dolcetto at the top of the list. There is a cover charge, but no bread is brought to the table. Desserts are homemade and good. There are about twenty seafood and meat dishes.